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Ooredoo expands FTTH service to 77,000 new homes

16 Jan 2018

Ooredoo Oman, the local unit of Qatari telecoms firm Ooredoo Group, has revealed that it expanded its ‘Super Fast Fibre Home’ broadband service to a further 77,000 homes across the capital Muscat and its surroundings last year. Areas to benefit from the fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) expansion include Seeb, Baswhar and Mutrah, enabling customers to access downstream speeds of between 20Mbps and 1Gbps. In addition, in 2017 Ooredoo installed 170 new TD-LTE base stations in regions such as Batinah, Muscat, Dakhliyah, Sharqiyah and Dhofar.

‘We have always made our customers’ needs and growing digital trends a top priority when launching products or services,’ commented Feras bin Abdullah Al Sheikh, Director of Consumer Sales at Ooredoo, adding: ‘We continue our efforts to provide customers with the best internet services and cater to different requirements. Every family member will be able to benefit and enjoy unlimited streaming, downloads, uploads, gaming, chatting and more, to stay connected with friends and family.’

Oman, Ooredoo Oman

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